CND-SP Incident Responder SCC2008
IC-CAP LLC is a Woman Owned / HUBZone Small Business working in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We are always looking for highly talented, energetic, and dynamic professionals that are interested in protecting the defense of our nation.
Some of the positions are future positions. Please look at the opening line of the job description to determine if this is an open or future position.
We are looking to fill this position at the following location(s):
- Reston, VA
This is a future position that may become available but is not currently open. We are willing to prescreen personnel if there is interest.
CND-SP Incident Responder Level 2:
IC-CAP is seeking incident response professionals to support the Intelligence Community Security Coordination Center (IC SCC). The IC SCC is a federal cyber center with a mission to ensure the execution of defensive activities, coordinate security monitoring across the IC, and maintain awareness of security-related threats, events, and incidents.
In support of the SCC Cyber Watch Division, the tasks designated to the CND-SP Incident Responder may include but are not limited to:
Maintain situational awareness of cyber-related information, events, and incidents.
Facilitate and coordinate enterprise situational awareness and response across the IC for all cybersecurity related concerns while in steady-state phase and non-steady-state operations.
Provides collaborative situational awareness to the IC SCC divisions and the IC IE CND community of hosts (any computer that has full two-way internet access) and networks suspect of cyber-threats/attacks.
Manage the Incident Case Management System (ICMS).
Provide incident case management and response support to ensure threat vectors are captured.
Provide community- and customer-facing support, collaboration, and communication of events.
Provide defensive community coordination and escalation of widespread community cyber activities as part of the coordinated response process (CRP) exercises.
Develop and maintain procedures and issuances for updates and changes to existing Incident Response guidelines.
Fuse information assurance data, reported incidents, emerging threats, and vulnerabilities with open-source and all-source intelligence.
Provide formal notification to appropriate personnel after the discovery or awareness of a cyber security event.
Attend watch syncs and proactively engage with other federal cyber centers.
Education and Experience:
HS/GED + 8 years
Associates Degree + 6 years
Bachelor’s Degree + 4 years
Master’s Degree + 2 years
PhD + 0 years
IAW DoD Directive 8570 IAT II (Prior to onboarding)